the greatest of Rolf Kraki’s heroes, often fighting in the likeness of a bear: probably identical with Beowulf.
noun protective covering used to prevent injury to the body Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 3 Various Saint Bartholomew’s Eve G. A. Henty Quilts Marie D. Webster Armour in England J. Starkie Gardner Both Sides the Border G. A. Henty Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes The World of Homer Andrew […]
body and soul
an artistic practice or style of the 1960s and 1970s developing from conceptual art and performance art and utilizing the artist’s body as both the subject and object in such experimentation as decoration, wax casts, and even mutilation. noun
a large bag made of heavy material and used to transport a dead body, as from a battlefield to a place of burial or from the scene of a death to a city morgue. noun (military) a large heavy-duty plastic bag used to contain and transport human remains, esp those of battle casualties